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Believe, work hard, and it will happen: Salah's message after Champions League victory

The 26-year-old Egyptian international showed nerves of steel to fire a powerful spot-kick straight into goal in the second minute to put Liverpool ahead against Tottenham

Ahram Online , Sunday 2 Jun 2019
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Anyone can achieve success if they believes in themselves and work hard, according to Liverpool's star winger Mohamed Salah who contributed in guiding the Reds to winning the UEFA Champions League title after Saturday's 2-0 win over Tottenham in the final.

"Believe, work hard, and it will happen," Salah said in a post via his Twitter account early Sunday, published alongside a photo of him lifting the prestigious trophy.

The 26-year-old Egyptian international showed nerves of steel to fire a powerful spot-kick straight into the middle as early as the second minute to put Liverpool ahead against Tottenham at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid.

The title is the first European Champions League title for Liverpool since 2005.

Salah, who had painful memories of last year's final defeat to Real Madrid after suffering a shoulder injury, became the first Egyptian and third Arab to win Europe's blue riband club competition after Porto's Algerian great Rabah Madjer and Real Madrid full-back Achraf Hakimi, who is now on loan to Borussia Dortmund.

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